Results for tourism
Bali Provincial Government held a survey to gather information from tourists about the service and comfort on the island. The survey result was quite astonishing, in which there were 12 tourist’s complaints specific to Bali.
A travel warning calling for heightened security awareness issued recently by the Australian government, does not seem to have had much impact on Australian tourists in Bali.
An article in the Bali Daily (The Jakarta Post) underlines that among the “lessons learned” by Bali over the past decades is that tourism development has an equal propensity for bringing both benefit or calamity to a destination.
Help save the rainforest while surfing perfect waves in a tropical paradise. Sounds epic, right? Surfers are known for their deep connection with the ocean and appreciation for its preservation, but what happens when a small, rural town is suddenly bombarded with surf tourism?
The month of August 2013 proved a record month for tourist arrivals to Indonesia, up 21.57% compared to the same month last year. This comes at the heels of a lacklustre July which this year coincided with the month of Ramadhan fasting month.
International recognition for Bali as a world-class tourist destination must be followed up with improvements to the island’s services and facilities.
Government of Badung Regency desire sufficient streetlamps in some dangerous locations to minimize crimes happened in the richest region in Bali province.
Development in the tourism sector should be followed by even distribution of tourists to all parts of Bali, attempting to introduce them to other destinations and to spread economic benefit more evenly.
The economic slowdown may result in more visitors to Indonesia, a recent study from Visa shows, as budget-conscious tourists look for trips that do not break the bank.